Family and friends of Bam Margera are seriously worried about his ongoing battle with alcoholism. Fellow “Jackass” star Brandon Novak told TMZ that he is “concerned over Bam’s drinking habits.” He added that he was “sketched out” when Bam checked himself out of a rehab facility earlier this month after only staying for 10 days.
The newest cast of “Celebrity Big Brother” will all have one thing in common…their starting salaries. All 12 stars will receive $100k just for entering the house and the winner can rake in an additional $250k.
Justin and Hailey Bieber are getting hitched again. The couple’s second round of “I Dos” will reportedly be taking place somewhere in L.A. the weekend of March 1, which also happens to be the Biebs’ 25th Birthday. The ceremony will include friends and family of the newlyweds and will be a religious affair.
Mariah Carey’s former assistant has fired back at the lawsuit against her with one of her own. Lianna Azarian, who worked for the singer from 2015 to 2017, has filed suit against Mariah’s former manager Stella Bulochnikov, on the claims of horrible abuse.
In the lawsuit, Lianna stated that Stella committed various acts of abuse, which included, slapping her butt and breasts, urinating on her, tackling her to the ground and sitting on her. She added that she was also called the “n-word” and a “f***ing Armenian whore.” The lawsuit states these things all occurred in the presence of Mariah, who did nothing about them.
Former NFL defensive back Tony Beckham beat the crap out of man who was allegedly masturbating outside his teenage daughter’s window. According to police in Palm Beach County, Florida, Tony saw a man with his hands down his pants and went after him when he saw the guy making masturbating motions. The former Tennessee Titan went Mayweather on the perp’s face, causing multiple breaks.
The man, who was discovered to be 48-year-old Geoffrey Cassidy, was arrested and booked for Lewd or Lascivious Exhibition in the Presence of a Child. If convicted, he faces up to 15 years in prison.
David Eason—former “Teen Mom” castmate—allegedly pulled a gun on a woman who was looking at his house. According to real estate agent Sandra Britt, she was looking for a rental property for her daughter when she stopped to admire the home belonging to David and Jenelle Evans. David, upon seeing the woman, reportedly pulled up beside her on his ATV put his hand on what appeared to be a gun in a holster saying, “That’s right. I got a gun. I will shoot you.”
Sandra said she tried to file a police report, but was told nothing could be done because technically the incident took place on a public highway. She plans to file a report with the Sheriff’s Department soon.
MEANWHILE—a rep for David denies the details of the encounter, telling TMZ that while he did confront the woman, he never threatened to shoot her. He wasn’t even carrying a gun at the time.
Police officers were seen at R. Kelly’s recording studio, but not for anything to do with the singer’s potential legal woes. According to TMZ, the issue appeared to be that the studio was being used as a residence, but is zoned for industrial use.
It was also revealed that R owes about $166k in back rent and is facing eviction.
No arrest was made.
Michael Strahan was less than impressed with the fast food spread President Trump had laid out for the Clemson football team. The ex-NFL superstar was so unimpressed that he offered to pay for a lobster dinner for the college champs. On “Good Morning America” he said, “I would like to invite the Clemson football team here for a great meal.”
MEANWHILE—Clemson’s star QB Trevor Lawrence had nothing but good things to say about Trump’s fast food party, saying the spread was “awesome” and he had a great time.
Paris Jackson has checked herself into a treatment facility with hopes of improving her mental health. A source told E! News that, “after a busy year of work engagements that took her all over the globe, Paris decided that she needed to take some time off to reboot, realign and prioritize her physical and emotional health.”
Fans speculated the starlet was struggling when she stopped sharing photos on her social media last December and failed to join her family on vacation in Tokyo, Japan over the holidays.
Hailey Bieber (formally Baldwin) and her mother-in-law Pattie Mallette are super close, despite previous reports saying there was drama. The lovely ladies posed together for a photo shared on Pattie’s Instagram, with the caption “what a gift!” Early rumors said Justin Bieber’s mom was not happy about the quick engagement, but it seems all is just fine between the special women in his life.
Mariah Carey is suing her former personal assistant, Lianna Azarian. The singer claims that Lianna secretly recorded her doing “embarrassing” things and is now threatening to release the videos, unless Mariah pays her $8 million. In the lawsuit, obtained by TMZ, it says that Lianna was hired as an Executive Assistant in 2015 and it wasn’t long before she started spending the singer’s money on personal items and filming her “personal activities.”
Mariah believes that if the videos are released it will be damaging to her personally and professionally. The lawsuit did not specifically say what is on the videos, but they were described as “intimate.”
Colin Kaepernick is denying claims that Travis Scott “consulted” with him before agreeing to perform during the Super Bowl halftime show. Previous reports stated that the rapper called the ex-NFL quarterback and there was a mutual understanding as well as an agreement that Travis would donate $500k to a social justice organization. Now, friends of Colin are calling BS, with Colin’s support. The former 49er retweeted a friend’s post calling out the lies with his own statement of “FACTS! THEY NEED TO STOP LYING.”
Rihanna is taking her dad to court. According to a new lawsuit, obtained by TMZ, Ri-Ri claims that her dad, Ronald Fenty, is using her Fenty brand as well as his relationship to her to launch his talent development company—Fenty Entertainment.
In the documents, Ri-Ri said her father along with his business partner falsely advertised themselves as her reps, without her authorization.
The 30-year-old singer says that she has sent multiple cease and desist letters to her dad, but he has ignored them all. Leaving her no choice, but to ask a judge to place an injunction on him using the trademarked name.
WWE Diva Nikki Bella dished to E! News about her date with Bachelorette alum, Peter Krause. Nikki said that while the date didn’t blossom into a relationship, they had a really great time. The 35-year-old added that “he is very good looking and a great guy.”
Nikki also had dinner with her former “Dancing With The Stars” coach, Artem Chigvintsev. She said, “he’s been another one on my little dating circle” and that she is very “comfortable” with him as they have been friends for a while.
Nikki previously dated and got engaged to fellow WWE star John Cena, but the two ultimately wanted different things out of life and called off their engagement last year.
Selena Gomez has made a social media comeback. The singer posted for the first time since September 2018, wishing fans a happy new year and thanking them for their love and support during the “challenges” she faced last year.
Last October, Selena entered a treatment facility to help address her ongoing issues with anxiety and depression.
The Pussycat Dolls are working with their label, Interscope, to get the song “Out Of This Club”—which features R. Kelly—removed from all streaming services. The former girl group joins other celebs, such as Celine Dion, Chance the Rapper, Ciara and Lady Gaga who have all had their collaborations with the disgraced singer removed from streaming services.
MEANWHILE–R. Kelly is not fazed by singers, who he previously collaborated with, pulling their songs. His main concern is getting back at Lifetime for the docuseries that portrayed his alleged victims. He considers all of what was said “lies” and wants to follow through with the legal threat that was directed at Lifetime by his lawyers. The potential legal ramifications for the network were all laid out in a cease and desist letter that was sent before the docuseries aired.
According to a source, R’s team is trying to dig up dirt on Lifetime execs as he is “crazed about getting revenge and will leave no stone unturned until he gets it.”
Colt Johnson is speaking out about what occurred before his soon-to-be ex-wife was arrested on domestic violence charges last week. According to TMZ, Larissa Dos Santos Lima downed half a bottle of antidepressants and threatened to kill herself before police arrived.
The chaos began when Larissa accused her husband of cheating and punched him in the mouth. She then locked herself in the bathroom and scratched her face to make it look like Colt had attacked her. After police realized she had been arrested twice in the last year for domestic violence, they arrested and booked her into the Cook County Detention Center in Las Vegas.
Colt reportedly filed for divorce soon after the incident.
In a newly released episode of “Red Table Talk,” Jada Pinkett Smith opened up about how she had to fend off potential creepers from her daughter Willow Smith. While talking about the docuseries, “Surviving R. Kelly,” Jada described how she had many conversations with Willow at a young age about people she was not to be alone with, no matter how close she thought she was with them.
The 18-year-old joined her mom on the show and said that while she didn’t understand why her mom was so strict at the time, she gets it now. Especially in the wake of “Surviving.”
Pete Davidson called out his ex, Ariana Grande, during a stand-up set at Tarrytown Music Hall in New York. The comedian—referring to Ariana’s “Thank U, Next” music video—said “I don’t like that she talked all that s**t about my penis. Why would she tell everyone that I have a huge penis? So that every girl who sees my dick for the rest of my life can be disappointed?”
Celine Dion is the latest celeb to pull her collab with R. Kelly from streaming services. According to TMZ, the song “I’m Your Angel,” which was recorded in 1998, is in the process of being pulled by Celine’s team.
Tekashi69 is not letting jail stop his creative process. The rapper, who is currently incarcerated, is still writing and producing songs for his next album. He is also reportedly working out and is healthier than ever.
Tekashi is facing life in prison after being busted last November on federal racketeering charges.
A chunk—literally—of Marilyn Monroe is up for grabs. A 60-year-old hair clipping—approximately 35 strands—from the collection of Kenneth Battelle, along with a framed photo of the actress, is being sold by Moments In Time for $16,500.
Kenneth was Marilyn’s hairdresser from 1958 until her death in 1962 and reportedly took pieces of his client’s hair and made them into gifts for his closest friends. The portion up for grabs is dated June 14, 1959. It is unclear if that’s when he cut the hair or when he gifted it to a friend.
Emma Stone tells OK Magazine that while filming a scene for “The Favorite” about women competing to be Queen Anne’s favorite lady-in-waiting, during a tense scene co-star Rachel Weisz actually smacked Stone across the face. But Stone says she’s dealt with it plenty before, especially on stage where it happens night after night, and took it like a pro.
Actor Paul Bettany joined a group of protestors in New York rallying against the proposed demolition of the Brooklyn Heights Promenade. Mayor Bill DeBlasio has revealed plans to destroy the promenade to make a 6 lane highway. Bettany owns a $15 million mansion in clear view of the promenade.